|DEFINITION OF AND CAUSE OFASPERGILLUS
Aug 23, 2001
WHAT EXACTLY IS ASPERGILLUS AND HOW DOES A PERSON BECOME INFECTED WITH IT?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
aspergillus is a mold commonly found in the environment, often in the air ducts of cooling systems. People with normal immune systems don't get aspergillsis. Thise at risk are people with very low white blood cell counts who have also received a lot of broad-spectrum antibiotics.
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